The Future of Tiber Gardens Open Space

Tiber_gardens The Community Bulletin Board as been advised of a local consultation regarding the future of the open space known as Tiber Gardens that should be of interest to local residents and users of the Regent’s Canal.

Apparently the local charity Groundwork is working with Homes for Islington and Islington Council to consult with residents and users as to how they would like to see Tiber Gardens improved.

Tiber Gardens is between York Way and Treaty Street along Regent’s Canal. The site is designed as a terraced amphitheatre with raised beds and block paved paths.  Unfortunately, over the years, Tiber Gardens has become run down and has suffered from anti-social behaviour and appears to be little used by the community. However, it is a valuable open space in a good location along the canal. Some funding has come available as a result of the new development nearby so there is an opportunity for the gardens to be improved for all the local community.

For those interested there will be a walkabout in Tiber Gardens on Sunday 27th January 1.30-2.30pm

Please take a few minutes to download, print and fill-in a special questionnaire (Download tiber_gardens_questionnaire.pdf) as part of this local consultation and let them know what you think. Your opinion is valuable in deciding how Tiber Gardens could be improved.

Please return this form to Groundwork by Friday 25th January.  Their address is:

12 Baron Street
London, N1 9LL

For more information, please contact Abigail Kelly at Groundwork: abigail.kelly@groundwork.org.uk or Tel: 0207 239 1386

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